Added by Geoff Sauer on May 23, 2004.
Average rating: 3.33/5.00 (n=3, std dev: 1.53)
 


Hypertext mapping has long challenged writers, and perplexed hypertext system designers. Clear, attractive, and informative maps help readers and writers understand the structure of complex hypertexts. Conversely, in the absence of adequate mapping tools, many writers fall back on simplistic link models like sequential lists and outlines.
 
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